The viewer/editor/copy-to-clipboard application, WPClipper, is now version 9.0.
You can download the Windows installer for the latest version here. Also, if you run Linux, you can
download the python script.
Individual ZIP files for many of the directories from the clipart collection are available below.
There are still older versions of the
Windows installer of all the clip art along with the viewer/editor -- but these were becoming too large for
easy distribution. Version 8.0 was the last version I packed all together, and it was larger than 1GB.
Size would be almost double that now...
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------- Viewer/editor only installer --------|
Installs just the viewer -- you can add images later (zip files for each section are available for separate download.)
You can also use the viewer/editor with other pictures and clip art you have . . .
File size: 10 MB MD5SUM: b4c9681ba7babf76f89dce4706839880
Older Windows Installer version 8.0
The top download is the full collection along with the viewer/editor
File size: 1.2 GB MD5SUM: 92df36adbf421c97873daca5bace8c6e
Also available from SourceForge:
For use on Linux machines (such as mine)
wpclippper stand-alone script
The file wpclipper.py is always also available right online for your viewing/downloading pleasure at WPClipart in the
The viewer/editor is NOT NEEDED to use the clip art, but is very handy. It can also be used without
the clipart to quickly view and edit most any images on your machine. Note for Linux users -- after you download,
set the wpclipper.py file as executable -- either through the properties on your file manager or
chmod 755 [path _to_file]/wpclipper.py
You need to have the folowing instaled on your machine:
Python >= 2.6
GTK+ >= 2.16
pyGTK >= 2.16
PIL >= 1.1.7
Suggested install location:
Then put subsequent image folder in:
etc . . .
In this manner, the clipper will find the clipart immediately when started up.
Here are some zipped file sections. Use them stand-alone or add to your collection!
If using Windows, you may have the viewer installed in:
If such is the case, you would want to put the images in:
This makes using the WPClipper viewer much easier. Of course, you can just as easily save them
somewhere else on your computer, then use Picasa or another image viewer to browse your collection.
For Linux - putting the unpacked folders together is simple enough, and the viewer (wpclipper.py)
is already set as executable in the zipped "viewer" folder.